Absolute Force Online
Basic Information

Absolute Force Online is a visually stunning MMOFPS built on the Unreal Engine 3 Technology. The gameplay of AFO is set apart from many traditional FPS. Imagine a world of with Massive Battles, Thousands of Players and of course the intense fun involved with dominating your competitors and you will have the definition of a MMOFPS. Absolute Force Online brings all of that to players and more. Everything from the intense game play to the vivid graphics.

AFO has luscious graphics that perfectly displays full-motion video effects, which helps usher it into a new era for visual experiences in network gaming. The real-time dynamic simulation, innovative weapon system, and distinctive game play will enable players to immerse themselves in the intense combat. Moreover, the Vehicle Mode enhances the true feeling of the battlefield, training players to attack as fast as a thunder and defend as the strongest walls. To satisfy the players' varied tastes, the game is highly customizable, allowing users to create their own avatars, backgrounds, as well as the visual style. As players immerse themselves in to the past paced world of AFO the story begins to unfold.

NetDragon Websoft Inc.
TQ Digital
Free to Play
November 15, 2012

  • Exclusive Hero Battlefield: After a certain number of deaths, the character will be able to turn into a Hero with highly increased power and abilities.
  • Fully Customizable Characters & Huge Arsenal of Weapons: The enhanced AVATAR system allows creation of the amazing and unique characters.
  • Stunning Visual Effects & Intense Combat: More than a dozen of exquisite maps give you the choice to enjoy battles in totally different environment.
  • Multiple Game Modes: 7 featured game modes await players to take on all challengers and work to earn better weapons.
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About the Game

Absolute Force Online is a curious type of online game. On the one hand, it is the very definition of an unoriginal shooter, "borrowing" entire level designs and gameplay elements from other popular titles. On the other hand, once all these elements are bound together like a digital Frankenstein monster, the experience actually becomes engaging. The finished product certainly isn't perfect or refined, but it can be fun, and in a free-to-play market that counts for a lot.

AFO does have a story, although truth be told, it doesn't really need it. The game's website provides a description about a missing-in-action mercenary group that returns to steal powerful magical artifacts as the renamed "Fallen Angels". Another mercenary group called "Justice Hand" is tasked with combating them, and their struggles are carried out by the players. Other than explaining the magical powerups that you can activate, the story really acts as an excuse to for characters to shoot at each other in exotic locales.

Level design is strongly reminiscent of other popular modern military shooters. Players should easily be able to spot maps with the same visual design and aesthetics as Counter-Strike's Dust and Aztec for example, and there's even some modern Call of Duty references in there. Where AFO stands out however, is its lack of realism or seriousness. Players won't have restrictions on how far they can run, will carry ridiculous weapons without being burdened, and respawn almost immediately to get back into the action. In many ways, the experience is very similar to classic PC multiplayer games, where developers gave players digital guns and let them do what came naturally. For example: earning kill streaks lets the player temporarily transform in an anime girl wearing dual gatling guns. Why? Because screw why.

AFO also includes a huge variety of gameplay modes to keep things interesting. Outside of the traditional Deathmatch modes, you'll see the uncomfortably familiar Bomb and Domination modes. A Zombie mode has been added (of course!) in which a human's death switches them to the zombie team. Arsenal Mode is Deathmatch with a twist: Every enemy kill provides the player with a better weapon. Best for last is Vehicle Mode, which provides multiple respawning helicopters for players to take their deathmatches into the sky. Players are certainly welcome to continue fighting on the ground if that suits them, and can even pick up RPGs to shoot opponents down.

At the end of the day, AFO isn't innovative, but it's not really trying to be. Instead, and perhaps unintentionally, AFO is a throwback to the days when advanced graphics presented a better world to have fun in, not just a better world to look at.

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System Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: Pentium D Dual Core 2.33GHz
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • Graphic Card: GeForce 9600 GT or equivalent class
  • HDD Space: 10 GB
  • Connection: 512K
  • API: DierctX 9.0c or later
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: Core 2 Dual Core 2.66GHz
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • Graphic Card: GeForce 9800 GT or equivalent class
  • HDD Space: 10 GB
  • Connection: 512K
  • API: DierctX 9.0c or later
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